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The answers given by Abhinav and Dave Kreskowiak are absolutely correct.
I want to add that
.NET 1 and 1.1 are now obsolete.
Even though Visual Studio 2008 and above provide multi targeting feature, there is no support for .NET 1 and .NET 1.1.
The size of .NET 2 is less, around 22.5 MB. With the introduction of generics and other improvements in .NET 2, I think, if there is a concern about the size of deployment, .NET 2 can still be used, if there is no specific requirement for new features available in the later versions.
For some features like, extension methods and LINQ to objects there are certain work arounds to use them in .NET 2 also.
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